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Suzuki Harunobu

(17251770 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Suzuki Harunobu
HARUNOBU Suzuki Interrupting Courtesans Reading A Letter

Christie's /Sep 18, 2013
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Suzuki Harunobu - Poem By Renshi

Suzuki Harunobu - Poem By Renshi

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Suzuki Harunobu (1725?-1770) Poem by Renshi, from the series Furyu Goshiki-zumi (Fashionable "Ink in Five Colors") Color woodcut: beauty smoking on a veranda next to a black cat contemplating morning glories on a trellis, a tie-dyed hand towel drying on a stand to her left, an allusive picture to the poem beginning with the words asagao ya (morning glories) above referring to the poem by Renshi (Matsuki Keirin; 1684-1742), one of the five haikai poems in the collection Goshiki-zumi (Ink in Five Colors) composed by followers of Matsuo Basho (1644-1694), signed Harunobu ga--good impression, slightly faded, minor worming, laid down on mat chuban tate-e: 11 x 8¼in. (27.9 x 21cm.)
Suzuki Harunobu - Sensu No Seiran

Suzuki Harunobu - Sensu No Seiran

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Lot number: 252
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WOODBLOCK PRINTS Various Properties Suzuki Harunobu (1725-1770) Circa 1765-1770 Two chuban shunga prints: one depicting Sensu no seiran (Clearing Storm of the Folding Fan) from the series Furyu zashiki hakkei (Fashionable Eight Views of the Parlour), 18.7cm x 27.7cm (7 3/8in x 10 7/8in) ; one of Shiohama no shugetsu (Autumn Moon Shining Over the Beach at Shio) from the series Furyu Edo hakkei (Eight Views of Contemporary Edo), 20.5cm x 28.4cm (8 1/8in x 11¼in) ; each depicting a couple making love, unsigned . (2). Footnotes 中判錦絵 春画 二枚 鈴木春信 風流座敷八景 他 1765-1770年頃
Suzuki Harunobu -  Romantic Couple With Its Host

Suzuki Harunobu - Romantic Couple With Its Host

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Lot number: 377
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Description: Harunobu Suzuki, 1724 - 1770, Romantic couple with its host, Around 1770, woodcut in colours, 21,5 x 26,5 cm (Chuban-format), the lo. ri. inscribed in the print, leaf 3 from a 'maneemon' series. On cardboard. Centre fold, small traces of age. - The small male figure in the lower right is a depiction of the short-statued voyeur Maneemon, who often appears in Harunobu's Shunga-series.
Suzuki Harunobu - Interrupting Courtesans Reading A Letter

Suzuki Harunobu - Interrupting Courtesans Reading A Letter

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Lot number: 578
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Suzuki Harunobu (1725?-1770) Interrupting courtesans reading a letter Woodcut; a young man enters an interior through parted curtains to find a courtesan standing over a seated assistant who is rapt in a letter next to a brazier, signed Harunobu ga--good impression, purple pigment slightly faded, light soil 11 x 8¼in. (28 x 21.2cm.)
Suzuki Harunobu -  Dressing Courtesan

Suzuki Harunobu - Dressing Courtesan

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SUZUKI HARUNOBU (1724-1770) AND ISODA KORYÛSAI (1735-1790) From a Dutch collection Hashira-e . Dressing courtesan. Text in cloud over image. Signed: Koryusai. 1770. Fair impression, black stains bleeding from verso, several horizontal creases, framed. The text in the cloud indicates that the key block had been carved around the death of Harunobu and that the (design of the) colour blocks have been added by Koryûsai.
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